Without a doubt, the television is one of the greatest advancements in technology. Most people these days cannot live without a TV; it has indeed become more of a necessity, especially among the younger generation. It has to be made clear, though, that despite its many benefits, the TV comes without risks as there are quite a lot of TV shows that are not exactly child-friendly. It therefore becomes of utmost importance for the parents to keep a close watch of their children especially when it comes to TV watching.
The One With The Thumb: Ross discovers the fate of his childhood pet, Chichi. Chandler starts smoking again; when the group complains, he diverts their attention to their own faults. Phoebe gets money she doesn’t want; she complains and gets more; she gives it away and gets a can of soda in return… which contains a thumb. The beverage company gives her $7000. Monica’s new boyfriend (Alan) is a hit with her friends, but Monica’s not too sure.
10. Three’s Company. Premiered in the 1970s when the show’s content was considered shocking. A guy who lived with two girls was taboo. Very much taboo.
A stand-up comedian is a performer who performs for a live audience with the aid of a microphone. To become one, you should have the ability to make an audience laugh. You have to be smart, witty and full of guts to be able to go onstage and create a comical atmosphere.
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The One With Ross’s Denial: When Rachels asks if she can live with Phoebe, Phoebe claims to have a roommate named Denise. Rachel tries to find a new apartment, and receives offers from Joey and Ross. Ross goes back and forth on whether he thinks it’s really a good idea. Phoebe continues telling Ross he’s in love with Rachel, and he keeps denying it. Chandler and Monica fight about what to do with Rachel’s room and Chandler’s furniture. For a while it looks like no one will be moving anywhere. Joey searches for a new roommate, and it’s clear what he’s really looking for. Ross still doesn’t tell Rachel that they’re still married.
The One Where No One’s Ready: Ross has an important night but no one else is ready to go. Joey and Chandler fight about chairs and clothes. Joey spills humus on Phoebe’s dress. Monica hears an old message from Richard and thinks that it might be new; she leaves him a message which she then tries to erase, but just makes it worse. Rachel can’t decide what to wear; Ross gets angry and Rachel decides not to go… unless he drinks the fat.
The One Where Heckles Dies: Chandler breaks up with a woman because her nostrils are too big–yet another superficial reason to avoid a real relationship. Mr. Heckles complains again about the noise–it’s disturbing his birds (he could have birds). Phoebe, Rachel, and Joey impersonate Janice. Mr. Heckles dies, apparently while hitting his ceiling with a broom because of the noise from above. Phoebe doesn’t believe in evolution, which bothers Ross enough that he feels he has to convince her of the theory. Rachel and Monica inherit all of Mr. Heckles earthly possesions; while clearing out his apartment, they discover that Heckles was quite a funny guy in his time. Chandler is upset to find how much he has in common with Mr. Heckles, and in his determination not to die alone, he calls Janice… only to find out that she’s married and pregnant. While trying to decide which of Heckles’ things to keep, Rachel realizes that Monica doesn’t consider the apartment to be “their” apartment.
Soap (1977-1981): So scandalous at the time that ABC received thousands of letters of protest before it even debuted, this soap opera spoof included one of the first openly gay TV characters (Billy Crystal’s Jodie), murder, the Mafia, demonic possession, alien abduction and several (some unresolved) cliffhangers.
Night Court (1984-1992): ‘Night Court’ was ruled by Judge Harry Stone (Harry Anderson), a magician who was as charming as he was goofy. And that made him the perfect foil for hookers and other hard-luck cases who passed through his court, not to mention womanizer D.A. Dan (John Larroquette).